Voting for school councillors.
Voting for class treats.
Understanding how majority rules work and how to ensure things stay fair in decision making.
Class points system of reward.
Children share responsibility for leading the topics through their interests.
Teams and team captains used in P.E.
Good to be Green system.
Looking at legislation that links to workers rights/ Child labour
Ancient Chinese laws and how they differ from today- Shang Dynasty.
Mock debates in class.
Monitors of class jobs.
Road safety- especially in transition to secondary school.
Sexual Education teaching on the laws and rights.
Open discussion about why we have rules and the benefits of them.
Writing persuasive arguments about machine worker vs humans/ child labour.
DARE- promoting the right to say no to drugs.
Choices in their homework project.
Optional after school Maths Booster to give pupils responsibility and choice over their own learning.
Teaching about pupil’s rights to be safe and happy through anti-bullying days, sex education, healthy eating etc..
Looking at biographies of significant people who fought for individual liberty and freedom e.g. Ned Ludd
Looking at Britain as part of the wider world e.g. commonwealth.
Considering cultural differences between East and West e.g. China.
Looking at how people’s beliefs affect their choices in R.E.
Speaking and listening activities, such as circle time where pupils practise respect for others.
Celebration and showing of homework.
Heroes assembly and class assemblies celebrating a range of achievements.
Teaching French weekly.
Visit to places of worship